Canadian-born former NYT editor dies at age 84

NEW YORK — A.M. Rosenthal, a demanding editor who lifted the New York Times from economic doldrums in the 1970s and moulded it into a journalistic juggernaut known for distinguished reporting of national and world affairs, died Wednesday at age 84.

He died of complications from a stroke he suffered two weeks ago, the Times said.

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